Synonyms of 'apoplexy'
a stroke◾In 1685, Charles II died of apoplexy.
2 He has caused apoplexy with his books on class and war.
He cried with anger and frustration.
The people are full of fear and rage.
The decision has provoked outrage from human rights groups.
She screamed, her face distorted with fury.
No wonder he could hardly contain his indignation.
Their ire was directed mainly at the two instigators.
There was a trace of exasperation in his voice.
He kicked the broken machine in vexation.
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any sudden appearance of a disease or symptoms
It brought on an attack of asthma.
a violent muscular spasm
He fell to the floor in the grip of an epileptic convulsion.
Thesaurus for apoplexy from the Collins English Thesaurus